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much of that money will be treated as loot something that will be the private promise for those who are in power the elite themselves. on the international monetary fund's raising the alarm over germany's reported austerity plans that the measures are due to be rolled out after next year's elections and what apparently raised their retirement age high cut taxes and cut welfare also possibly bringing europe to a grinding halt on its according to the i.m.f. on top of that as artie's put it all of a discovered it's unlikely to make dejected voters any happier. their top of the european tree i don't think germans feel that they have nothing to grumble about via fewer than those in the park to share measuring public mood might telephone and face to face through thousands of interviews we've got a pretty good idea of what the people are thinking stats boffins have been gauging the country's mood to come up with the biggest moans of the year from you actually germany at number five it's national debt it's better to give than to receive at
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this time of year but germans festive spirit ran out long ago over chancellor merkel being a little too generous and bailing out countries like greece especially when it's their money and for is climate change the mayan world ending prophecy may have turned out to be hocus pocus but germans remain seriously concerned about keeping mother earth ticking over for as long as possible number three is a very twenty first century problem getting ripped off online as we bank in shop on the web more than ever before the fear for germans is that someone else is netting their details on their cash. poverty came in second towards the end of the year it was revealed that around a quarter of europeans are at risk of living below the breadline germans watch with despair what's happening to the greeks and spanish images they struggle to shake
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from their minds but the biggest worry for germans in twenty twelve was rising prices costs a rocketing everywhere from food to fuel and next year looks set to get even more pricey germany is a world leader in using renewable energy and over the coming year it's the consumer who will be paying to keep it that way with a shocking fifty percent increase in the subsidy paid towards renewable energy sources so that's what troubled germans this year but what are their fears for the future but i'm concerned maybe to find a good job because i want to do something different trying to thirteen minutes on sure what is happening in our economical crisis perhaps the euro is having another crisis i actually love bill and that's why i want to stay here but if i can find a job here so i will have to try to get somewhere else let people are concerned
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about job security that they just that yeah the contracts are not secure in our that firms companies no longer have enough money and that people are just get fired . as with most situations in life when you ask people what their concerns are or what they want to see changed you do have to be prepared that their answers might not be exactly what you want to hear really one of the off the top around us was to legalize soft drugs i don't think that blighting soft drugs is one of the most immediate concerns we. should have split titian's in two thousand and thirteen so what will germans be concerned about at the end of twenty thirteen even though they've less to worry about than most europeans it's unlikely that worries over spending at home or on other countries will disappear within twelve months peter all of a r.t.
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early. now the former egyptian president hosni mubarak has been readmitted to hospital after his health took a turn for the worse is because the fiancee won't update now the eighty four year old was ordered into care by the state prosecutor was there mubarak who fled egypt for three decades is serving life in prison for failing to protect protesters killed in the arab spring last year meanwhile the current president mohamed morsi has launched an investigation into opposition leaders that he accuses of supporting efforts to depose him. iran has started six days of war games in the strategic or most straight unable to come out of says show of strength aims to put the country's military capabilities on display the stretch of water that taking place in is a vital international oil and gas shipping route iranian officials warn they could block it if ever the country comes under attack over its contested nuclear program . all right just a few minutes here on r.t. daniel bushell goes on
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truth of the most violent gangs in us history. is just all model killing to kill with color matching the national flag. but this country uses violence when it reaches and then it legitimizes the violence . made in america on the oxy. more news today violence has once again flared up. and these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. china corporations are all today
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. something. lies beneath. thousands of meters of the ice truck. that is the louvre for many. but dangerous even to those who keep it at a distance. it's but atop a jaw and under view from the tobolsk prevalent stretches as far as the all i can
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see up for a city to all of siberia for centuries. it lost its economic importance even before it was bypassed by the chance i bear in railway but the cremains a spiritual center. was. doing was. things like these are a yearly occurrence thousands of orthodox worshippers of themselves and blessid water to commemorate the baptism of jesus. i. was there when you pull up on board that it doesn't matter if it's minus thirty it's a siberian tradition i do it myself every year for everyone to overcome their worst fears it is desirable to take a plunge. but that's a picture postcard church is the story of
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a city built by opportunist explorers political exiles and crafty fur traders in the fifteen eighties the russians had only just conquered siberia taking it from the muslims. surrounded by enemies the balls was to be their stronghold constructed on top of the city but soon enough it became an economic hub siberian fire was the oil of its time bringing in a third of all russia's state revenue but the location head of the says for the russians are. to moscow's one of the most popular places to send political dissent is not any people were exiled that once a giant bell that was used to incite riots was supposed to set a three hundred ten. the russian heiress across who led a revolt against an eight hundred twenty five known as the decembrists worse than hair and drove there they created a replica high society adopting the latest fashions as soon as they came out or at
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least once they made it from paris to siberia. but the city also served up some bitter irony for the russian royal family after the bolshevik revolution. this is the office was a nickel as the second spend most of the last year of his life his whole family had been exiled here they were at a fairly comfortable existence this was a big house but they weren't allowed to see visitors or gartside themselves leaving this ordinary normal countryside lifestyle they even had thought of a scape but within the year bizarre and his family would be dead. never again its political significance but its streets will always echo with a glorious past. like the provide the livelihood for some habitants in the future.
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bushel for men who call this crisis and their prophecy for america coming up. the twelve bankers who sees the bailout. the burning still on the road and revealed the piper luring america into ruin. the wicked witch of the east symbol of east coast because roaming america in a fever did it again and again wall street. regeneration
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time of the time all the time. the bankers have. at the root. problem throughout the twentieth and twenty first century very much implicated in all that that it continued even after world war two started it's an unknown piece of american history in united states money has gone out of productive investments and. leveraged buyouts and things that produce nothing. useful in this. time to put them out there misery says one of the world's most cited economists i sat down with nobel laureate ed prescott says he now i'm not sure why even even the banks what's in the fractional reserve sounds i get scared with the new i told the washington new york connection
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who ends up subsidizing them taxpayers fractional reserve is the poms the banks use today when you give one hundred dollars they keep just ten and gamble the other noisy in a downturn like now bets go bad your money gets lost it's all moved before casino. gambling casino which is what wall street has become truly trillions of dollars being placed on the bets which are already done this country a disaster and can lead us down the road in my view to another wall street bailout . bernie made off. of roadie people put a third of the national budget in his ponzi some made a packet before it went bust somebody told us his and made off pyramid exactly the same as banks only difference they legalized but then they'll bust as well legendary investor jim rogers also says banks
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a ponzi and so is the fed he joins us now twelve years ago greenspan ignored your warning he's fueling stock market real estate and consumer of the bubbles is the fed at least getting better now. but it's what i think you keep buying the stuff that i don't if everything was very soft and everything was ok why would they keep i think if every seven now well last week they're now going to. over five hundred dollars a year and this. thing about i don't buy a trillion dollars of this stuff going oh that sounds like it's off to you it was thought it would have been noted for people in a better job of the you by way back in two thousand and eight the chief economist for the federal reserve wrote there all the critics say that housing in america is in serious trouble is going to collapse because he said i we have all heard about the economy thousands of the best economists in the world work and none of us
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anything it's going to go wrong even though it's down in two thousand and eight the world was about to collapse and every. one thousand and. they were all they were told me of all the local ads and they said it would why do we why don't we listen to these get why don't we why we have all right why do we have a central but thank my fellow there you want me to america if it doesn't stop the banks will china simply overtake america have a bar just debtor nation in the history of the world you know it's already been over if you think in twenty five you know the credit of the market. if the world how much more nobody can we don't know what it's going to have adequate events think that somehow they get. what they want to. call it no way no way would it would. that time around steve
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was voted to boycott them is the first post and long before repeated to give clear warning of the global financial crisis how was it obvious to you this is all. when it's allowed to finance speculative objects like letter a lot of obligations and so on it's like you're not taking out a. borrowing money to gamble on what their own next door neighbor's house. and senate have been on like this house down what most americans change will happen if they don't i'm a partisan issue but change in the medium term because you. just don't exploit what you just you know i mean washington completely and you know they're one holds. still you know isn't broken away from the financing and i think you need all the success unnecessarily restore came in he then took on the banks directly greed is in no rush and stage it was all about trying the money lenders out of the temple so
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it takes a change like that banks really said i just bought documents mean maybe it's a bank so what's most that they saw banks they didn't know they were engaged in fraudulent activity to be in jail or incompetent but a lot i mean now what he said then and it because of the savings and loans cost especially not in the not only not it's built like it was in a straight up back in court about three hundred people on bought now the saving on to the fast war tax. but also the some of the only person on bosses bernie madoff the bernie made off of the fed no the record of that makes them puts it can be dangerous congressman ron paul if it is working franticly their editorial izing they've hired a lobbyist they do not want us to know what they're doing and they use all kinds of frivolous arguments why the congress is not a lot of know what they're up to the fifth is the bailouts costing just
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a trillion pastry media quotes several of retaining the documents the federal reserve has tried to keep secret for years showing the roof figure is twenty million. that's twice the value of everything produced in the u.s. in twenty twelve. and eighty percent of that stash is going to just twelve banks in fit with the fed bankers sitting on the wall all the regional sides this to me smacks all the enormous conflict of interest from bill right he warned years ago the fed by call. a massive crisis he joins us how far has it come ok there are only twelve banks that do this stuff. the total number of banks that are involved heavily in credit default swaps and who finance their positions in assets but issuing leadville east other banks their own twelve they should have gone in on a friday and said we're going to have
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a holiday this weekend we're going to go in and we're going to take all your balance sheets we're going to see who knows who what we're going to net all of this stuff out we're going to find out these twelve banks don't. any of the other five thousand united states banks they only owe each other and force them to wind down and net out what they owe each other and shrink to become extremely small banks which is what they most of them would become but they. repeated crises. and wipe out the financial wealth of our households and firms the pension funds. the banks goldman sachs and john paulson who's a hedge fund manager you know rigged these things they put together mortgage backed securities that they knew would have been very high default rates and they did they
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had default rates of eighty ninety percent. so the whole thing was just rig so that. the hedge fund manager and goldman sachs can make a lot of money on effectively death and we've gone way way in derivatives that some of the dreamers actually are bets on people dying so-called death settlements peasant insurance this was in the michael moore movie you know where employers are going to win and if their employees die early here the franco crissy of america pits and you bring the industry full circle jesus drove the money out the info and over inhabit the seventh in a ring of hell is the point of things. now goldman sachs makes products they know will fail with incentives to doit yet. gold's work. the poit
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piper of death sends america over the fiscal cliff. this is the truth. if you. move into. something. lawyers beneath. thousands of meters of costs and drop. the law. that is a move for many. but
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which brighton. moved from plans to freshen. down totty dot com. in japan the average height for men is one hundred eighty two centimeters on ten centimeters shorter because of that some employers refused to hire me one of them even told me directly that i was too short to deal with the client's computers already spent three months in this hospital and plans to stay for another four to add the coveted seven santa majors to his stature invented by the famed soviet orthopedic is good for you is there of in the nineteen fifties these frames were
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initially used to treat fractures in deformities by cutting bones and slowly pulling them up or therefore stimulating tissue regeneration it was out of was able to receive arms and legs and people who thought they were crippled for life piecing together patients shattered bones and in many cases their shattered lives with the main goal when professing result of design his first brain using bicycle parts sixty years later season vention is increasingly being used to help people quite eager to fracture their legs to become a few centimeters taller than the ultimate goal is still the same fixing somebodies life both literally and figuratively about a third of patients admitted she was out of center now days seeking surgery focus magic reasons most of them a man and most are not what you would call vertically challenged professor novikov who operated on many of them sas it usually comes down to man's pride some. the
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first patient to turn to us with a leg length in the inquest was to meet his fifteen centimeters to be still want to surgery because it's panos to than him we like to say that we need to break their legs in order to fix their head maybe nothing wrong with them from an orthopedic point of view but there is something psychological that prevents them from living their life fully being happy and we fix it like lengthening surgeries are banned in many countries and even when i go out there press he bitterly expensive in russia the entire course costs eleven thousand dollars about one tenth of the similar package in the united states financial considerations were one of the reasons that brought this washington state native to western siberia yet his main motive for the surgery had to do with how he fared in the auditors in america average type is one seventy five i was one sixty seven or one sixty eight in so one eight centimeters would have brought me right to average if i just wanted to be average for women
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height isn't so important you know i think girl can be short and it's not a big deal i think a guy is like expected to be taller just before the operation most this matter a russian girl who found he's a regional hide quite endearing yet he still want to have had the surgery adding seven more centimeters to he self-confidence she told me the whole time you're crazy you're normal you're perfect. so now or so they call you so what a compliment for somebody who's used to falling short of his own expectations. you know sometimes you see a story and it seems so you think you understand it and then you glimpse something else you hear or see some other.


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